Meet our highly qualified attorneys, financial and mental health professionals, judges and court personnel – all dedicated to families involved in Ohio divorces. These professionals can help you before, during and after your divorce is final. They can even help with issues like child support, spousal support or custody issues that arise after the divorce. From the FIND A PROFESSIONAL page, click on a photo to see more information about each. You can also click on the Select Category box to narrow your search for a specialty. Want to find someone close to you? Enter a zip code or city or even a phone area code in the Search box and then press the magnifying glass.

Photo of Greg Costabile Greg Costabile

Gregory S. Costabile is an attorney, litigator, and mediator, trained in collaborative and interdisciplinary collaborative law.  His office is conveniently located in Cleveland to meet the needs of his clients in Cuyahoga, Lake, Summit, Medina, Lorain, Geauga and adjacent counties.  Mr. Costabile has a diverse practice with an emphasis in family relations law that includes, but is not limited to, divorce, dissolution, child custody, visitation and support, prenuptial agreements, spousal support, real estate, business valuation, preservation of assets, complex financial accounts and the equitable allocation of assets and debts. …

Photo of Sarah Gabinet Sarah Gabinet Attorney

Sarah Gabinet has been practicing law in the Cleveland area for almost thirty years. She is a partner in the law firm of Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLP, focusing on domestic relations and business litigation matters. Her experience in these practice areas provides a strong background for handling the financial aspects as well as the more personal and emotional aspects of domestic relations matters.…

Photo of Brent Horvath Brent Horvath CFP

Brent Horvath is a Wealth Management Client Advisor for Gries Financial LLC where he has worked since 2003. He works with individuals and families on all aspects of financial planning including retirement planning, estate planning, tax planning and asset allocation.

He has considerable experience in constructing settlement solutions in cases of divorce. Prior to joining Gries, he was an investment consultant at Charles Schwab for 7 years.…

Photo of James Loeb James Loeb Attorney

Jim Loeb represents clients in high-stakes family law cases, successfully defending the interests of his clients in “heritage” assets, including family businesses, inheritances and trusts. He handles sophisticated matters with a deep understanding of the intricacies and sensitivities of the issues at hand, guiding clients through sensitive and highly contentious situations both in and out of the courtroom, using alternative means of dispute resolution to amicably resolve situations where possible.…

Photo of Ryan Nowlin Ryan Nowlin Attorney

Ryan Nowlin joined the firm in 2006 and became a Partner in January 2012. Ryan’s practice is focused on the areas of family law, commercial litigation, and probate litigation.  Ryan is board certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a specialist in the practice of Family Relations law.

Ryan represents individuals in every phase of divorce and custody proceedings, and appears in Domestic Relations and Juvenile courts throughout Northeast Ohio.…

Photo of Harriet Slive Harriet Slive Attorney


Harriet W. Slive will continue to represent her current clients and will be continuing her practice serving your needs for injury claims, wills and health care powers, relationship and personal communications coaching, prenuptial agreements, parenting coordination, and mediation. She can be reached at 216-566-1111, and at…

Photo of Carolyn Soeder Carolyn Soeder

I am a Domestic Relations attorney focused on advocating for my clients in all aspects of family law. These matters are often difficult and sensitive.  I navigate my clients through these times in their lives when a skilled family lawyer is not just recommended, but essential. My practice is concentrated in dissolution, divorce, child custody, parenting time, preparation of antenuptial (also known as “prenuptial”) agreements, child and spousal support, trial work, appellate work and all aspects of post-decree modifications.

Although the changes my clients experience are challenging, I rise to the challenge to ensure that the process is as easy as possible. Through steady and clear communication I make certain my clients know what to expect from the process and help them prepare accordingly.

My clients can always count on having an advocate in their corner, whether we are negotiating an amicable settlement or litigating a complex dispute.

These professionals can help you and your spouse choose a guided, proven and court-approved method for ending your marriage and settling parenting issues. Aside from lowering costs, a non-litigation approach is more likely to produce a more livable future for you and your separated family.